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April Tonnage Down 11.3% Year-Over-Year

Posted - May 22, 2020
ATA's For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index Plunges, as Do Other Metrics April truck tonnage declined 11.3% compared with year-ago levels, the Read More

COVID-19 taking bite out of the driver pool

Posted - May 18, 2020
Trucking companies are realigning hiring practices to focus on experienced drivers as the supply of student drivers falls dramatically Read More

April Class 8 Orders Reach 25-Year Low

Posted - May 11, 2020
Class 8 orders in April sank to the lowest level since 1995, when orders went negative for two months, ACT Research reported. Seven Read More

COVID-19 Infects the Modes

Posted - April 24, 2020
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The real work for supply chain managers will begin when the crisis is over

Posted - April 22, 2020
According to Jacob Shapiro, a geopolitical analyst, 90 percent of the businesses with a direct impact to their supply chains as a result Read More

Outpouring of appreciation for truckers during crisis may spur lasting change

Posted - April 13, 2020
Good feelings beget good behavior throughout the industry The outpouring of appreciation for truck drivers during the coronavirus Read More

January truck tonnage readings post modest gains, reports ATA

Posted - February 19, 2020
The ATA’s advanced seasonally-adjusted (SA) For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index for January—at 117.4 (2015=100)—saw a 0.1% increase from Read More

China traders urged to prepare for airfreight capacity crunch

Posted - February 17, 2020
Best practices for alleviating supply chain pain include constant communication and locking up space on all-cargo aircraft  Cargo Read More

How does weather impact supply chains?

Posted - February 4, 2020
Nick Austin, Director of Weather Analytics and Senior Meteorologist Major weather events such as hurricanes, blizzards, and historic Read More

ATA Truck Tonnage Increased 3.3% in 2019

Posted - January 27, 2020
Truck tonnage for 2019 increased 3.3%, softer than year-ago levels but continuing a streak of annual gains, American Trucking Read More